Mike berates James for putting Canadian coins into the machine, which is ironic since Michael J. Fox is in fact Canadian.
How could Laurie not have noticed an inscription to Claudia on her ring before the engagement party?
Paul (about engagement rings): I spent a King's ransom on the first two.
Carter: Paul, I saw the bill. It was more like a Burger King's ransom.
Laurie: Have you thought of a date for our wedding?
Mike: I kind of assumed I'd be taking you.
Nikki: I can't believe the snack machines are down. How am I supposed get my afternoon Ding Dong? (Stuart looks up).
Stuart: I could take care of that for you.
Mike: What is it about sex that makes people think of ice cream?
Laurie: I hear that's how Ben and Jerry come up with all there flavors.
Mike: Must have been a wild night when they thought of 'Chunky Monkey.'
Music: "Unchained Melody" - The Righteous Brothers
Spoofs: The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961) (TV Series)
Spoofs: Ghost (1990)
This episode title is a tribute to Four Weddings and a Funeral, the 1994 British romantic comedy starring Hugh Grant.